She was given one year in county jail, five years of probation and she must register as a sex offender, according to KOVR.
She will also have to do 180 days of community service.
In June 2019, Bishop turned herself in after the teen’s parents filed a police report in Folsom, California.
The Sacramento Bee reported that Bishop had previously had a relationship with the teen’s father — who also worked for the police department — and after that, struck up a relationship with his mother.
The father had reportedly expressed concern about Bishop’s relationship with their son, even claiming his colleague was “grooming” the boy, in the spring of 2019.
She resigned from the department in August 2019 after her arrest, according to KOVR.